The original clip for “Good for You” featured only Gomez, with Rocky’s verse even cut out of the track. The stripped-down song accompanied various visuals and close-ups of the pop star and actress writhing and singing on a couch and in a shower. The new clip still retains Gomez’s scenes with the addition of Rocky rapping his verse in front of more dynamic and less minimal images, such as an exploding car and strobe lights.
Gomez has been transitioning out of the pop-rock sound she launched her singing career with since Selena Gomez and the Scene announced a hiatus in 2012. The following year, she released the EDM-heavy Stars Dance, led by single “Come & Get It.” Though she appeared on Zedd’s “I Want You to Know” this past spring, “Good for You” and last year’s “The Heart Wants What It Wants” shows another shift in direction for Gomez as she begins to lean more heavily on mid-temp R&B.
In July, the singer announced to her fans that her latest album would be called Revival and is set to be released on October 9th.
A$AP Rocky has kept busy this year with his new album At. Long. Last. A$AP and an appearance in the indie movie Dope. The psychedelic album has been aided by equally trippy visuals, as can be seen in his latest video for the Kanye West-co-produced track “Jukebox Joints.”